Giv Mobile Lowers Prices and Adds More Data

Giv Mobile Plan Changes

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Giv Mobile Plan Changes        Recently Giv Mobile announced via Facebook some changes to its cell phone plans.  It's $20 plan got a data boost from 150 MB to 250 MB of 3G/4G (HSPA+), while the $35 plan got a boost from 500 MB to 1 GB of 4G LTE.  Previously $45 and $65 plans were offered that included 2GB and 4GB of 4G LTE data respectively.  Those plans however got price reductions to $40 and $60.  All plans include unlimited talk and text, while the $40 and $60 plans also include unlimited data although at reduced speeds of 64-128 kbps once the high speed allotments are used up.  Plans also include varying amounts of international calling credits as summarized in the below graphic.

See also:  All Major Carriers Experienced Growth In Prepaid During The Same Quarter For The First Time In Years

        Giv Mobile  offers no contract cell phone plans that operate on T-Mobiles native network (no roaming).  The MVNO is unique in that it donates 8% of your cell phone bill to a pre approved charity of your choice.  Through April 24th you can get 10% off any order with free shipping with code GIVE2GET10.

Summary of Giv Mobile's Plans
Giv Mobile's Prepaid Wireless Plan Summary




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5 years ago

@Bestmvno
Giv Mobile wants $4.99 shipping for a SIM. I can’t find any on ebay or amazon. Know of any other sites to check?

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5 years ago
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You can try contacting GIV Mobile and see if the website https://givsim.com/#a-signup
is indeed also owned by GIV Mobile. That site says they’ll send you a free SIM. Checking the domain registars suggests that they are legit but I can’t say for sure. It’s up to you if you want to fill in that form with your personal information or not with that question in mind.

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5 years ago
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Will look at it. Thanks again.